Four Tips to Make Your Blender Quiet
Four Tips to Make Your Blender Quiet

They can make silky smooth soups, blend the perfect morning smoothie, and even create homemade nut butter.

These machines are amazing, but they have one problem: They can be loud. These blenders have a more powerful motor than traditional blenders, so they blend at a higher volume. This can be a bit surprising the first time you use them.

What can you do? It all depends on how bothersome it is. There are many ways to reduce the sound, from making small adjustments to big ones.

1. It can be moved away from the wall.

If the blender is kept in a closed space, it can cause the noise to bounce off walls and make it sound louder than it is. It should be placed in the middle of your counter at least 2 inches from any walls. This will slightly reduce its volume.

2. Place it on top of a silicone mat or dish towel.

You can muffle the sound by placing the blender on top a folded dish towel, a silicon or rubber mat, or trivet. They all absorb some of the motor's noise.

3. Blend the night before.

This is not the best solution, but it is possible. You might consider making your smoothie ahead of time if you are concerned about waking everyone up while you make your 6 a.m. smoothie. Blend it overnight, then pour it into a Mason jar. In the morning, give it a shake to prevent it from separating.

4. You must take serious steps.

This is for those who really need it. PIONEERHOME makes a blender called "quiet."


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